Issue 184, article 7
KVT, 2016, Issue 184, pp.84-94
CONSILIUM METHOD FOR ESTIMATING DIAGNOSTIC CONCLUSION OF NEUROLOGIST
Zlepko S.M.1, Tymchyk S.V.1, Lepiohina H.S.2
1Vinnytsia National Technical University, Vinnytsia, Ukraine
2Skadovsk Central District Hospital, Skadovsk, Ukraine
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Introduction. The current stage of development of health information systems and technology is characterized by the fact that the most frequently used component of their structures is a workstation (AEWP) specialist. AEWPs are integrating with instrumentations and the computing system, ensuring the fulfillment of the set of basic functions. It is essential to reduce the risk by creating a specialized workstation of a neurologist and the development of consultation method.
The purpose is to improve the quality of medical care for children with motor disabilities through the development of a consultation method for the evaluation of the conclusions adopted by the neurologist.
Results. Proposed consultation method for the evaluation of the diagnostic conclusions child neurologist at the ambiguous and threatening situations. The method is based on selecting and evaluating the competence of experts, and then receive their average assessment and group assessment decision.
Conclusions. Thus, the introduction to the AEWP of the doctor-neurologist two circuits decision structure, where the first — is the level of the doctor, and the second — level panel of doctors for real threat of newborn life situations, a systematic approach to the problem of diagnostics and treatment of motor disorders in children in the perinatal period of life has been achieved.
Keywords: automation equipped working place (AEWP), children’s neurologist, a subsystem of decision-making, expert consultation, evaluation matrix, weights
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